Dual Diagnosis

Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders

Many of our patients experience what is known as co-occurring disorders. If you or someone you care about suffers from drug or alcohol addiction as well as anxiety or depression or other mental health symptoms, that’s called a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder. People with mental health disorders are more likely to experience substance abuse. Approximately, nine million Americans who abuse drugs or alcohol have an undiagnosed mental health disorder. Unfortunately, only about seven percent of them receive treatment.

Because some of the symptoms of addiction mirror mental health disorders, dual diagnoses can be difficult to identify. JourneyPure At The River is a world-class rehabilitation center that provides integrated, holistic care to patients with co-occurring disorders.

Is Dual Diagnosis Treatment Right for You?

You may benefit from integrated dual diagnosis treatment if you are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction AND:

  • Have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder such as depression, anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/Attention Deficit/Hypertension Disorder (ADHD), panic disorder, bipolar disorder or any other chronic psychological condition
  • Feel persistently anxious, empty, hopeless, sad or have suicidal thoughts
  • Experience feelings of guilt, helplessness or worthlessness
  • No longer find pleasure in activities you once loved
  • Struggle with indecision
  • Tire easily
  • Have sleeping problems
  • Experience unusual weight loss or weight gain
  • Experience tension, restlessness or irritability
  • Experience physical symptoms like headaches or digestive problems that won’t respond to treatment

JourneyPure At The River’s Dual Diagnosis Program

Research shows that substance abuse can lead to or worsen mental health conditions, but you don’t have to suffer alone. Our highly-trained, compassionate clinicians will help you address any underlying mental health issues that contribute to your struggles with addiction.

Together, we will identify your triggers and create a practical plan to support your long-term recovery.
If you have depression or anxiety and use drugs or alcohol to cope, we can help.